Geology for Global Development

Friday Photo (62): Active Geology – Smoke from Mt Etna

For our first Friday photo of 2013, we have this incredible image of a smoking volcano, taken during field work at Mt Etna, Sicily. The tripod in the foreground is monitoring the composition of the volcanic gases. Credit: Robin Wylie

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Rosalie was the Himalayas Programme Officer for Geology for Global Development and writer for the GfGD blog. She is a geochemist and a postdoc at the University of Oxford.

1 Comment

  1. If you had not mentioned the tripod, I may not have noticed it.

    I enjoyed nature and science when young and continue to do so today. There is so much going on around us and so much to learn. Thanks for posting the picture.

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